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PLAY-SCRIPT WRITING: PRESENTATION

PLAY-SCRIPT WRITING: PRESENTATION

A Lesson Presentation on Play-Script Writing. This presentation presents ready to use resources that will help you to walk into the classroom with ready to teach confidence as it covers all that you need for a lesson on Play-Script Writing. This Presentation Includes: 1. Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Jack and Jill Play-Script 2. Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes 3. Real Life Application and Cross-Curriculum Links 4. Flipped Lesson Part - Video on Writing a Play-Script 5. Mini-Plenary with Critical Thinking Questions 6. Space for Peer Teaching - Play-Script Features 7. Collaborative Group Task – Play-Script on The Enchanted Shirt 8. Differentiated Activity that provides Learning Opportunity for Level Learners 9. Assessment Criteria and Rubrics to state the Outcome Expected 10. Plenary that Assesses Learning Outcomes 11. Home Learning for Reinforcement - Play-Script Quiz 12. Educational Tools and Resources to Scaffold the Low Achievers 13. Skills to be addressed during the Lesson Teachers can use this presentation to give a complete knowledge and understanding of Play-Script Writing to the learners, thereby helping them to enhance their writing skills.
john421969
Hamlet Play Script

Hamlet Play Script

Play script for William Shakespeare's Hamlet - suitable for key stage 2 or lower key stage 3 classes.
Irvine109
The Santa Clause - Play Script

The Santa Clause - Play Script

This is a play script for a funny Christmas show based on the film - The Santa Clause. Great for key stage 2 classes or lower key stage 3 classes.
Irvine109
DLS Fair Fighting Workbook-Daily Living Skills

DLS Fair Fighting Workbook-Daily Living Skills

Fair Fighting is part of Susan Traugh’s 20-volume Daily Living Skills series offering transitional skills for mild-to-moderately affected special needs students and general education students alike. The "Fair Fighting Five" rules (No violence; stay here (and now); listen; no blame/no games; emerge as equals) and practice sessions are provided in easy, airy lessons covering each rule in a clear, concise manner. Written on a high third/low fourth grade level with airy-pages and bullet-point information for easy independent study, these books, nevertheless, respect teens’ maturity and humor while presenting federally mandated, Indicator 13 skills needed for adult independence. Workbooks are meant to be self-paced and adaptable with student interests and goals driving most units. Each lesson is taught in a short one-to-three page format with follow-up worksheets/activities to check comprehension. Real world activities are provided whenever possible. Lessons in Daily Living Skills Fair Fighting include: Why people fight; the value of fighting; what kind of fighter are you?; fair fighting five; no violence; no property damage; cuss words; alternatives to violence; staying in the here and now; listening to hear; listening to problem solve; creating win-win solutions; emerging as equals. A preview of this book is provided here, or sample the series with our free book—Doing Laundry. Titles in the Daily Living Skills transition series include: Building Character Cleaning House Doing Laundry Dress for Success Everyday Manners Fair Fighting Getting a Paycheck Grocery Shopping Kitchen Basics Making Conversation Making Meals Managing Stress Nutrition Paying Bills Safe Dating Staying Healthy Time Management Transportation Voting Who Am I? College and Career Mini-Bundle Packs of 4-5 books units on: Cooking Social Skills Dating Homemaking A bundle pack with ten of the books is also available. Coming Soon: Complete Bundle Pack including all 20 books, Teacher's Manual and Introductory Power Point Presentation.
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Drama Lesson Bullying, Conscience Alley

Drama Lesson Bullying, Conscience Alley

This is a whole lesson designed to teach students about the technique of conscience alley. It teaches them about the importance of its use in drama to learn more about opinions and also how it can influence the way you build and perform as a character. This has self assessment, challenges and literacy built into it. A fun lesson, that will make students reflect.
What_Is_In_A_Name
Comedy Writing Worksheet PDF

Comedy Writing Worksheet PDF

This 4-page pdf worksheet has been taken out of our popular Writing for Comedy Course for grade 5-6 students. The worksheet exercises were created by Gary Eck an accomplished stand-up comedian, actor, writer and film director. Gary's wife is a teacher at a Montessori School in Sydney, Austalia. Gary has performed all around the world from Singapore to Paris, to New York and London. He co-wrote and co-directed Happy Feet Two with Academy Award winner George Miller. He also voiced several characters for the film. Gary won the world’s largest short film competition, Tropfest with his film, The Money. The best way to use this resource is to take the free course here: https://courses.beateducation.com.au/courses/comedy-writing Australian Curriculum Checklist Content Descriptions Drama / Level 5 and 6 ACADRM035 Explore dramatic action, empathy and space in improvisations, playbuilding and scripted drama to develop characters and situations ACADRM036 Develop skills and techniques of voice and movement to create character, mood and atmosphere and focus dramatic action ACADRM037 Rehearse and perform devised and scripted drama that develops narrative, drives dramatic tension, and uses dramatic symbol, performance styles and design elements to share community and cultural stories and engage an audience. Success Criteria 1 I can include humor in my script to make it more engaging. Success Criteria 2 When rehearsing, i can use my voice and movement to create character, mood and atmosphere appropriate to the scene Success Criteria 3 I can perform in a way that enhances the story and engages an audience
richardpritchard
Gregory Cool assembly or good for drama

Gregory Cool assembly or good for drama

This a Gregory Cool assembly I wrote for my children to perform to their parents. We had been doing the book in Literacy for the half term using Talk for Write. The children and parents loved it. lots of fun
charland
Drama Lesson Bullying Proxemics

Drama Lesson Bullying Proxemics

A Drama lesson based around bullying with the focus of proxemics. This can be a stand alone lesson or lesson two from the bullying scheme of work. Suitable for KS3 students it teaches students about representing relationships through spacing. Students are taught to explain, use and evaluate the use of proxemics in Drama.
What_Is_In_A_Name
A CHRISTMAS CAROL: A SPIRITED STORY BY CHARLES DICKENS

A CHRISTMAS CAROL: A SPIRITED STORY BY CHARLES DICKENS

This resource covers the integral, surface and deep features of story analysis of a Charles Dickens Novel - A Christmas Carol. It contains full-on activities and assessments to cover the skills of literacy in an easy, structured, cover-your-bases system. It includes everything you need to get going with teaching comprehension lessons in your classroom for a week (5 days) during Christmas Season. This Resource Includes: 1. Novel: A Christmas Carol 2. Lesson Plans & Rubrics on: * Story Analysis * Setting Identification * Character Analysis * Plot Analysis * Roleplay 3. Guides & Formats: * Story Analysis Guide * Critical Appreciation Format * Setting Template * Character Description Template * Character Description Guide * Character Traits * Plot Analysis Guide * Plot Diagram and Template 4. Support Material: * Setting Format * Plot Analysis Format * Roleplay Steps 5. Lesson Notes: * Story Analysis Details * Setting Details * Characters and Roles * Character Description * Plot Summary * Playscript - A Christmas Carol 6. Word Bank: * Active Verbs * Adjective Types * Adverb Types * Connectives 7. Worksheets * Setting Exercises (4) * Character Description Exercises (2) * Roleplay Exercises (4) Teachers can use this to enhance the comprehension skills of the learners, especially the technique required to make a critical appreciation of a story, thereby motivating them to appreciate the works of Charles Dickens.
john421969
Simple Original Duologue

Simple Original Duologue

A simple original script for two people which can be used for improvisation, role play, characterisation work, script annotating or writing, or for exploring PSHE issues. Younger pupils can simply write the rest of the scene, or the following scene. Older pupils can add cut-away scenes and develop the extract into a whole play. I've used it with Years 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 and they've all created something different from it!
AliJC
Bullying - Written Work Lesson

Bullying - Written Work Lesson

This is a written lesson designed for Drama but can be used within English too. The students explore relationships at first and the different relationships we can have e.g. parent/child, boss/employee, brother/sister and friends. They will discuss how we act differently around these people and then write how they would act if they were playing one of these roles. Next students read a story and discuss what is happening in the story - who is the main character? How are they being treated? How do others react to them? They then discuss the different types of bullying, writing definitions and examples for each. Students then talk about thought tracking and explore the thoughts the characters have in the story and how they would act as these characters. Finally they have a reflect and direct task which is completed through peer assessment and making the improvements to their work. Although geared to be a written lesson this lesson can easily be adapted to contain both practical and written elements. Based on the detail and time spent on each task and based on whether practical or written based this lesson can be used over one lesson or a series of lessons.
What_Is_In_A_Name